Thu 13 Oct 2022:

Cities, climate strategies and the education sector

Session 1: 14:00-16:00 EEST time (Helsinki UTC+03:00)

Session 2: 19:00-21:00 EEST time (Helsinki UTC+03:00)

PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY

SESSION 1.

Welcome words by Mrs Kaija Saramäki Chairman of the board, ENO Schoolnet Association

ENO Environment Online and it’s activity Mrs. Maire Turunen – Environmental education specialist

Climate Joensuu – City level climate action and collaboration with educational sector – Mrs. Kukka-Maaria Hamunen, Climate coordinator, City of Joensuu

GreenLahti – enduring change –  Mrs Päivi Sieppo, Environmental Advisory Manager, City of Lahti

Motiva –  Mrs Okariina Rauta, Leading expert on resources and circular economy

Education and culture services of the city of Oulu – Mrs. Paula Ratava, Project coordinator in climate Highschools program

Raising environmental awareness and educating young people in the Municipality of Katerini Damianos Kalpakidis, Municipality of Katerini, Greece

Elonkierto Exchibition Park Environmental friendly food – cases of experiental learning – Mrs. Sirpa Kurppa, Municipality of Jokioinen

Cooperation between Lindström Ltd and City of Helsinki, environmentally friendly solutions for schools – Mrs. Sanna Oikkonen, Lindström Group Ltd

Helsinki Region Environmental Services HSY – The role of HSY as an environmental educator and the implementation of environmental education in practices Mrs. Päivi Väistö, Environmental expert

SESSION 2.

Welcome words by Mrs Kaija Saramäki Chairman of the board, ENO Schoolnet Association

ENO Environment Online and it’s activity Mrs. Maire Turunen – Environmental education specialist

Climate Joensuu – City level climate action and collaboration with educational sector – Mrs. Kukka-Maaria Hamunen, Climate coordinator, City of Joensuu

SDG City and School – Promoting SDGs locally and globally in a Taiwan Public School Context Ming Yao Hsiung, Educator, Taipei Wanfu Public Elementary School

Schools as Drivers of Change and Open Science Schooling methodology – fostering students’ acdemic interest in climate change and citizenship engagement – Joanna Bunikovska, Research assistant, University of Eastern Finland

Spice Warriors of Kisumu County, Kenya

GreenLahti – enduring change –  Mrs Päivi Sieppo, Environmental Advisory Manager, City of Lahti

Helsinki Region Environmental Services HSY – The role of HSY as an environmental educator and the implementation of environmental education in practices Mrs. Päivi Väistö, Environmental expert

Speakers list:

Environment Online -ENO
Climate Joensuu
Finland
Helsinki Region Environmental Services - HSY
Finland
Motiva -Sustainable development Company
Finland
City of Lahti (GreenLahti)
Finland
Municipality of Katerini
Greece
Elonkierto Exhibition Park
Taipei Wanfu Public Elementary School
Taiwan
Lindström Group Ltd
Finland
City of Oulu - Education and culture services
Finland
Spice Warriors
Kenya
University of Eastern Finland